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This mini forum is intended to provide a simple means of discussion about the Milton Bradley Vectrex videogame system. If you want to share your own experience or memories, or add relevant information about this system: post a message!

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Thursday 3rd February 2011
max the collector (planet earth)

my freind has one of these. By the way you guys need to post the adventurvision

Thursday 13rd August 2009
Quentin Paszkowski (France)

The vectrex...what''s an unusual machine.
I''ve bought it with 13 games and a strange dedicatd green and gray bag.
It has 9 pocket for cartridge at the right, 1 for the plastics films in front, and 2 pocket for controllers at the left.
And the middle is for carrying the console.
It close by the top with a scratch band.
The console by itself is an unique experience of playing.
Can we imagine today a machine like this ?

Sunday 27th November 2005
Father Fred (England)

My son moved out resently leaving an old Vectrex I pluged it in and it still works. I had never seen one before i was woundering how many were prodused. My son says he has som games somewere in storage. He did not think there were many made. He allso says he only paid £5 from a market stall.

Thursday 10th November 2005
Danneman (Sweden)

Wow! I used to own a machine like this. I don't remember what happened to it but it's lost forever. A quite nice console.

Wednesday 26th January 2005
SKot Kirkwood (Houston, TX, USA)

I broke the Vectrex out of storage recently, and after a tricky repair to the fourth controller button the other night, it is working great. And I've still got the touch... nearly rolled Mine Storm past the 13th level on the first try without even making a big effort.

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